Posts Tagged ‘ risk-based auditing ’

EHS Audits – Have We Lost Our Way? A Sequel

Aug 13th, 2011 | By
EHS Audits – Have We Lost Our Way? A Sequel

On July 11, 2010, an article titled “EHS Audits—Have We Lost Our Way?” was published in EHS Journal.[1]  It has since elicited a number of quite thoughtful and extensive comments and much general discussion.  The premise of the article was that perhaps environmental, health, and safety (EHS) audit programs have evolved, particularly in the United
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Using Risk Factors to Determine EHS Audit Frequency

Apr 23rd, 2011 | By
Using Risk Factors to Determine EHS Audit Frequency

Establishing how often to carry out environmental, health, and safety (EHS) audits at sites and facilities considered to be part of the auditable universe can be a trying exercise.  Auditing high-risk operations too infrequently can lead to unwanted surprises because of the lack of oversight and governance.  On the other hand, auditing too frequently can
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